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Pub?ahcd cvory morning excejt
Monday by The Anderson Intelligen
cer at 140 West Whitner Stroet, An
uorson, S. C.
" SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER
Published Tuesdays and Fridays
L. M. GLENN., Editor and Manager.
Entered as second-class mattet
Ap.it 28, 1914, at tho post ofllco at
Anderson, South Carolins, under the
. Act of March 3, 1879.
ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES
Six Months.|. .. .7r.
Tho Intelligencer is delivered :>y
carrier in tho city.
Look at tho printed label on your
. paper. Tho datT thereon shows when
the mbrcrlptlou expires. Not lee dat<>
and lube) carefully, nnd if not correct
pleas.' notify un at onco.
Subscribers' dosir.ng the address of
the'ir piper ^.'mngod, will plcnco state
in thetf communication both tho >'<)
und new addrosneB.
' To insure promp' uolivory, com
rtaints of non-delivery In the city
ef Anderson should bo made to li e
Circulation Department before 9 a. ro.
end a copy will bo sent at once.
All checkB and drafts should 'o
drawn to Tho Anderson Intelligencer.
flutes will be furnished on applica
No tf advertising discontinued ex
cept on, written order
The Intelligencer will publish brief
' nnd rational letters on subjects if
! general interest when they are ac
companied by tho names and ad
dresses of tho authors and aro not o* |
a defamatory .nature. Anonymous
; communications will not bo noticed.
Itejpcted tnurusctipLc will not be rc
In order to avoid du(eys on account
cf i)??r?o?al abnonco, letters.to1 The!
Intelligencer Intended for publlcatio? |
should not-.bo .addroBscd to; any indi
vidual connected with the paoor, iutl
simply to The IntoUieencer.
(SUNDAY, MAY 7. 1916.
I_j 11 ll Ci I \
Ji?'LAUMN'S LATEST MOVE
Probably tho most talked of politi
cal ovent of the year is Senator Mc
Laurln's announcement thct' he1 will
bo a candidate In Jhe coming stato
primary for Lieutenant Governor?
; "An/office no grown man wants and
no-live man would have." The ex
sonator states, candidly, that he. wants
the offlc? for V e sole purple of put
ting -.isis waie?. juse oyHtem before the
! people in the coming county-to-coun
ty campaign. He has asked that he be
given nn hour to. explain the m?rita
of his plan. Quite naturally the ques
tion arises in many minds: "Will
the means, justify tho ends?"
Maybe Mr. MtfLnurin is right in his
f. assertion?although we do not concede
Buch?that the office of Lieutenant
Governor la ono nhat "no grown than
wantB and ho live man would have."
I It Is quite a downward step, In digni
ty at least, from.tho exalted pjfne oc
cupied by a Senator of th? United
States. Yen, there's a difference. The
Incumbant hardly thinks so, though.
& Aud wo doubt it but few others would
' ' bolfttto or deny the importance of the
! position of Lieu tenant Governor. Rela
tively, tho , position corresponds <to
that of vice-president of the United
' i States, and Mr. Marshall, because ho
has not been so successful or ' fortu
nate to become president, hardly con
siders U' < piece ao insignificant as to
he spoken lightly of...
South Carolina press comments,
bot);; commends tory and of a criticizing
trend, have already been made, but 'the
;\ I following from tho Charleston Even
ins Post seems to contain a more pre*
^p?ft?se. clear cuti and sensible view of
th& matter than anything we have yet
h noted: '. "V
"In declaring hin purpose to offer
; as a candidate for lieutenant governor
in the Democratic primary, Warehouse
Commissioner McLauria says h? has
no desire for the. office itself, hut will
enter the race only for the opportuni
ty of presenting.the cause of the state
warehouse eyeteat tu the campaign
preceding thf oalJot. Tho fState Dem
ocnyile excretive committee is to be
jg&I^Ved to novido n special place for
M. McLaurln on the platform, with an
allotment of an hour's time for spesk
fflOTHftfc >*' the conly-td-ccunty meetings.
'., All of which brings Into sharp outline
tho anomalies of the campaign cys
tem against which th^re> is k) strong
nnd growing protest from thoughtful
. ' people, -...?'.'
It has been cotnpltined 0^li?5:rtf$
t mary is taken advantage of by men
. who are not in good faith conduites
for pffice to exploit themselves"to othe
purposes than those Immediately
stgued 4o be, served by She county*
county cgnvBfla?,*h?v?riglnal object
which was to bring fueb to face with
the people the men aspiring to adniin
iHter the aiTairu of the Btate. In the
case of Mr. McLuurln tili? purpose is
frankly declared. He says, with fine
contempt, that he is not seeking place,
and, therefore, offers for an office *'no
grown man wantB and a live man
won't have." On that abatement It is
pertinent to ask whether lie should he
permitted to have any place on the
program of the speaking, if the cam
paign is to bo held in the unual form,
for it is practically equivalent to an
announcement that he will not accept
the ofilce for which lie offers, even if
he is nominated to It. The situation
bring? the whole ucheme of the pri
mary and its precedent campaign up
for review end consideration, and ?he
party authorities should make a ruling
an to how far the canvass may be used
as u forum for discussion of matters
outside the scope of the candidates it
is intended to exhibit. If the princi
ple of Mr. McLaurln's position be ad
mitted, there is,no limit 'that may be
put upon the scope of the discussion,
und the advertising possibilities of the
cumpalgn may converted to all
manner of special interest. There
ought to bo some sort of relation re
quired between the candidate and his
campaign, at least the infini of goud
faith In the offering of his services.
If Mr. Mcbaurln Is to be a candidate
for IliM'.tennnt governor, he should put
himself fnirly In Jeopardy of election.
KARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT.
Tlio ngllutlon in Ahderaon for an
early cloning hour has been favorably
received, and as the following from
Saturday's Augusta Chronicle suc
cinctly and clearly sets forth just
what AugtiHta will do In this connec
tion, we are reproducing It In full:
Tonight sees the heginnirig of the'
merchants' early eloping movement
iu Augusta. Practically every retail
store' la the city will clone promptly
at 9 o'clock, which 1b the hour agreed
upon for Saturday ulght closing.
On all other days, however, the
stores will close at 0 o'clock, except
on Thursdays, when they will close
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
It Is to be hoped that the Augusta
nubile will co-operate with the mer
chants in 'this movement, for it will
prove ii most helpful one all around.
During the hot. summer months the
clerks and salesladies are much In
need of at least this amount of recrea
tion, and they will, undoubtedly ap
preciate it if their friends and cus
tomers will bear In mind the early
closing hours and set accordingly.
Tho hours are :
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday?? j
And, above all thingB, remember
that the early closing starts tonight.
Jio don't wait around till eight or nine
o'clock to do your shopping, but start
in early; during the morning, if pos
sible, but If not, then certainly as early
as possible In (the afternoon.
Let everyone co-operate to make tho
early closing movement a b?cccsb from
Weather Forecast: Fair Sunday
and Mondoy.' ; :.
Mr. Morshalt \ Fant has accepted a
position with the lied pat* Chautau
qua. company and will act as cashier
during the summer. Mr. Fant will
travel over H stator, and wll go almost
as for as (the Canadian border. Tho
many friends of Mr. Fant will regret
to learn'that he is to .leave. Anderson
but wish htm, mu?ff success. He will
return to Anderson next fall.
It is of more than passing interest
to note that the city council of Green
wood has purchased a Se&gravca cen
trifugal fire pump from the Seagaves
" orapany. of Columbus, O.. the price
paid being f9,000. The pump Is to bp
delivered in about 90 days*
In. commenting upon the purchase,
the Greenwood Journal says
"Council decided on Mr, Saunders'
psjftaj? ?fr?r the most thorough in
vestigation of all tracks and aii prop
ositions ottered. Several of its mem
bers mads a itrtp last winter to all of
the lead ins factories and were in po
sition to recommend what to pur
char':. They considered proposition!1.
Thursday night for several hours odd
again last night until 1 o'clock this
morning in order to accept the very
best proposition offered and they are
confident they have
Anderson frPJ^rsry probably have
the chautaur^ua aga'n next year. On
Friday night all: 'tinin favor Of it
were asked to staoJ up, and it is said
that a mnjoril> of the audience stood.
No advance'tickets have been7sold as
on the previous year. ; :
"A house built In a day" will prob
ably, be a euUable' terra to use in cok
ncctton vi?tk 1 bo- rebujIcking of Mrs. M.
;'Ai- Shirley'? home near Dobbins bridge
which was destroyed by lire on Thurs
day afternoon. Mr. S. A. Burns has
b';on busy and has succeeded In Bet
ting the neighbors in the community
to offer their services the first par:
of the week in rebuilding the home.
Several wagons will haul lumber, und
a number of people will do the car
Mme. Julia Clausson, the singer who
delightfully entertained the music lov
ers of Anderson last night, is not
bothered with artistic temperament,
Ib a true democrat, and In these re
spect* has been compared with .Schu
mann Heink. She arrivod In the city
yesterday shprtly before noo> on a
private car, ('apt. Olaussen, her hus
band, who in a captain in the Swedish
army, being with her. Yesterday af
ternoon the noted visitor walked about
the streets for awhle. Later in the
nfterr.oon Mis.? Mab Bonham took the
slngor and her husband, nnd Messrs.
Perro Henrotte and Marcel Charllor
for on automobile ride over th? city,
which they enjoyed very much. Mme.
Claussen took much Interest In the
city, hnd stated that she liked It so
much*better than she did some of the
other rlties In which kIio hnd been
"That was certainly n splendid
meeting of the Travelers Protective
Association," stated Mr. H. E. Burriss
yesterday morning, referring to the
annual convention in Greenville. "An
derson has secured tho convention for
next year, nnd I trust we will be able j
to make the one hero as successful as
tho one Just closed In Greenville."
Mr. Burriss wart elected a delegate to
the national convention.
FOB TRAINING SCHOOL
FIVE WILL BE HELD IN DIF
FERENT SECTIONS OF
[E L E C T TEACHERS
jWH Occupy Same Position? as
During Past Year Unless
Anderson Is to miko application
through Supt. E. C. McCants to
have a high school training course
for teachers conducted In this city
during the summer, since the state
department of education has an
nounced that these schools would be
held in five different communities of
the state. An tho proper time tho
superintendent of tho city Bchools
and a committee from tho board of
trustees will appear before the state
board urging tho acceptance of th?
Supt, ?. C. McCants has been ce
eleeted superintendent of the city
schools and tho following teachers
elect'.-!, tho assignments to remain
the '.'.une unless conditions arise
which will meko it necessary for
changes to bo made:
Mr. G. W. Riser. x.
Mr; Sam W. Anderson.
Miss Helen Fair Hunter.
Miss Georgia Marshall.'
Miss Annio Coaley.
Miss Wllhcimlna Pent.
Miss Marguerite Duncan.
Miss Louise Agnew.
-Mis?' Fosam?nd Burdlno. '
Miss Luclle Burriss.
Miss Genevi?ve Hunter.
Miss May Russell.
Miss Willie Maynard.
Mrs. Daisy Wilson.
Mrs* Annie Allen.
Mrs. Lottie Etrtes.
Miss leona Foster."
Miss Ruth Archer. .
Miss Eugenia Maxwell.
Miss Ella Mvy Tribble.
Miss Nellie Sommons.
.' Miss Lydia Bewley. v
Miss Berti?) Gentry.
Miss Nell Co eh ran.
M lus Lena Cllnkscales. '
Miss Ollvia Dtickett.
-.'.Miss Irene Prince.
? Miss Eddie Davis. .
Miss Helen Burriss.
Mlta Lenora Hubbard.
Mr. G. W. Chambers.
Miss Jean Harris.
: Miss Elisa (Major.
Miss Anna Brown.
> Miss Helen Hunter.
Miss: Vera PruRt. '
Miss Ev(o Lewis.
t. < Mrs.'-Maud: Buchanan-.
. Miss Ruby Manning. . .
Miss Mary Acker.
Mrs. Florence Hudgens. ?
Miss Vermeils O'Neal. s
( Miss Cleo Bailey.
. Miss Annie Ersklne.
I Miss Lucy Maxwell.
Mrs. C. B. Tribble.
HUGH DORSEY TO
BE A CANDIDATE
MSM GA, GOVERNOR!
solicitor general) of the Fulton super
ior court, announced here today'that
bo would be a candidate for governor
of Georgia in Democratic primary
!?*fttober 12. :
ARRANGEMENTS ARE ABOUT
COMPLETE FOR THE
Various Committees Appointed to
Which the Work Has Been
Tka South Carolina F?deration of\
Women's clubs will have the first
session of their annual meeting here]
on Tuesday evening, and the Civic
association will bo the hostess club.
Other organizations of the city, who|
are not federated, are uoing to assist
in the entertainment of the delegates
in fact it seems that everybody is
going to do everything in their pow
er to demonstrate the hospitality oi
Anderson. The president of tho Civic
association bos finished the commit
too appointments, and the following
are notirlcd through this medium, and
asked to serve:
Committee of Arrangements?Mrs
C. Frank Bolt, Mrs. O. L. Martin.
Mrs. James Kinard, Mrs. J. P. Sul
livan, .Mrs1. C. McC. Patrick, Mrs. J.
?. Breazeale, Miss -Minnie Wilson,
Mrs. Joo J. Fretwell. Jr., Mrs. John
Davis. Mrs. Lottie Bates, Mrs. J. W.
Quattlebium and Mrs. Rt'Jfua Fant.
Pages?Miss Vina Norwood Patrick, |
president's page. Miss Carrie Frot
well, Mrs. Rufus' Fant, Jr., and Miss
Hospitality?Mrs. J. W. Quattle
baum, Mrs. T. L. Cely, Mrs. Frank |
Bolt, Mrs. James Paget, Mrs. E. W.
Brown and Mrs. Minnie Mllford.
TO Meet tho Tralns-^lr. J. E.
nerton', chairman, Tan-d* Messrs. J.
Dexter Brown. A, G. Means, and H.
Baggage?Mrs. Rufus Eant, chair
man,. Messrs. H. B. Fitzgerald. Wal
ter Dobbins1,' Tom Smith. Fred Trib
ble. J. W. Quattlebaum, F?x -Rica
and Charlie Fant.. ,
Music?Mrs. O. L. Martin, Misa]
'ZonoWa Welch and :v!rB. G. W.
Chambers. ' .<
Bureau or Information?Miss Mar
tha Bonham, chairman: MJ?? Nelle I
Cochran, Miss Annie Belle Towers", |
and Mrs. Daisy Wilsoa.
Decoration?For Opera House? |
Mrs. John Davis, Mrs. James-. Payne.
For Church?'Mrs. Eula Difliug-I
Lame, Mrs. Leila Sullivan.
Automobile FV.de-rMeasrs. John I
Llnley, R. E. Horion pnd D. A. Led
Rest Room?'Mrs. William Laugh-j
lin, chairman; Mrs. o. Frank John-1
son and Mrs. G. W.. Ould.
Banquet?Mrs* C. S. i Sullivan,]
Mrs. B..A. Henry. Mrs. J. P. Sul
livan ?nd Miss Minnie Wilson.
Dining room?Mrs. C. S. Minor, |
chairman, Mry. W. R. Wones, Mrs.
Frank Bolt, Mrs. James Kinard, Mm.
John -Davis, Mrs. J. J. Fretwell. Jr.. |
Mrs. Foster Fant, -MrS'. A. L. Smeth
ers, Mrs. J. S. Acker, Mrs. J. O.
Sanders, Mrs. Malcolmn McFali,
Mrs. Alice Sloan, Mrs. Monroe
Hanks, Mrs. Tom Bolt,'Mrs.- Theo
Fant. Mrs. H. H. Watldns, Mrs.
Fred Maxwell, Mrs. Minnie Mllford.
' Decoration for Banquet?Mrs. F.?u- [
fus -Fant, Mrs. Horace McGce, Mrs.
Q. ,Frank Johnson, Mrs. G. M. Tolly.
Mrs. Albert P. .lohn-tone, Mrs. G.
W. Ould. Mrs. J. L. McGce. Mrs.
(lus McCown, Mrs. Harle-iton Bav.-|
toy, Mrs. J. L. Hembrco, Mrs. Wade
Sniv???s. . ' '"'
To Serve Banfiuel^-Mr?. C. S.
Minor, chairman; Mrs. W. ,R.
Wbnes, Mrs. Foster Fant, Mrs. Tom!
nolt, Mrs. . Malcolm McFill, Mrs.
Frank Bolt, Mrs. J. 8. Acker. Mrs.
Rufusl Faut. Jr., Mis? Wllhelmlnin
Fant. Miss Martha Bonham, Mrs. J.
O. Sanders, Mrs. Georgo Tolly, Miss I
Martha Clark, Dr. Olga Pruitt, MIssj
/ie n oh la Welch, Mrs. Hurl et ton Bar
ton. Mrs. J. J. Fretwell, Jr.. Mrs.
James Pag?t, Mrs. G, W. Ould, Mrs.
A ; It. Smothers, Mrs. P. B. Cllnk-|
scales. Mrs. G. W. Chambers, Mrs.
Foster Fant, MrB. Gus McCown, |
a^fi>^ Daisy Wilson, Mrs. Horace Mc
Gee. Mrs. Lottie Estes, Mrs. Wade
Sunders. Mrs. Eula DHllnghain. MIbs
Annio Belle Towers, Miss Clara. 0;>
born? and Mrs. A. P. Johnstons.
This committee Is asked to be at the ]
college before 8 o\dock, Thursday
. Those who will entertain at the |
banc net? Dr. and Mrs. James Kin
ardn Dr. and Mrs. John E?. "White.j
? ov. and Mrs. O. L. Martin. Mrs.
C. McC. Patrick, Mr, and Mrs. C.
S. Minor, Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Henry}j
Mr. . and 'Mrs : T. L. . Cel y, Mr. and
Mrs, A. M. ShaTpe, Mr. and Mrs. H.
H. Watklns, Mr. and Mrs. R. EJ
Ligon, Mr. and Mrs. 'Rufus Fant, |
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Breaseale, Mrs.
'Alice Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. James Fi. j
Vandivter, and Mr. Charles Fant.
The chamber of commerce will en
tertain the officers and delegates at]
a reception to he given at tho borne |
of Mr, arid Mrs. Rufus Fant on Fri
day evening and the following com
mittee has been appointed for , this]
Committco on amangemonts-Mr.
arid Mrs; Frank WatWaa, Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. FlUgeraldt, ?r. and Mrs.
R A. Henry, Mr. and Mm. Albert
Fermer, Mr. and Mrs;;-'ft;Horton,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Glfokscales, Mr.
and Mrs. RulHtn Fant,
-" Tho opening 'session of th? F?d?ra-j
ttoo' of Women's clubs wHl bo beld]
Tuesday night. May P;h. at tho An
derson theatre.'. En t ranco to thta |
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle s
"Nineteen of the 48 States
Five States vote on prohibit!
all the States should go dry,
would be saved in one year
tire National Defense/'
session will bo by ticket, only dele
gates, bost, hostess, entertaining del
egates, members of the three chap
ters, of U. D. C, viz.; R. E. Lee.
and Palmetto, D. A. D., Chamber or
Commerce, College association.
newspaper representatives, members
of chorus and members or Civic as
sociation ore Invited and expected to
call at Fant's Book store and secure
their tickets from Miss Martha Bon
ham, who has charge of the Bureau
of Information. Entrance will be by
ticket only and reserved scats can
be procured in order to insure ac
commodation. The young ladle? of
the Bureau of Information will ." be
at rant's store on Monday and Tues
day, from 10 to 1 o'clock in the morn
ings and 4 to 6 In the afternoon. .
Mrs. Rufus Fant.
Pres- Civic Association.
Thursday night the banquet at the |
college is given for the delegates 6t
the Federation of Worneri'a clubs,
therefore entrance to tha banquet will
be given by ticket only, to delegates
hosts and hostesses entertaining del
egates and to members of the Civic
association so far as It Is possible to
sect the latter. All hosts and hos
tesses will please notify Mrs. Rufus
Fant whether or not they expect to
atterft the banquet, so that she may
know the number to be expected
Tickets will b? Issued by .Mrs. Fant.
DIED 34 YEARS J
U.P.ING the moi
was on the lue of Mr,
pany has been search!
annual report dated J
"On September 411
his life in this Company
mt pay the premium du
policy it became a paid
three-twentieths of the
' he insured with us in 1
credited with $1,765.56
SlOjQOO during the', first
six. years.. Ab the recot
ago of ninety-six in Sei
legal representatives tlu
of unpaid dividends. Ei
aured. but as yet no trac
This statement ;i
throughout the count
seemed to be unavaili
T. M. Series, of the
some of Mr. Wells* h*
the whole country, *sc
veloped, in the statt
v until, finally, on Mart
data, forwarded chei
life of Mr. Richard \\
son of the insured. 1
five on April t6,.1J8
thing was'due from vi
le Cent for 1
illions for I
have ?one Jry.
ion this fall. If
, enough money
to pay the en
WE'RE on the ?
out unreliable t
of good clothin
in g as we can e
money back gu
Suits at $25 th
man to wear b<
Other Suits %t ?
fords, hats, shi
right in quality
The Store with a
I J. B. DUKE IS IN SYMPATHY
WITH ALLIED FORCES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
to Indirectly levied. Nations are
just as maiually related and as mu
tually dependent as Individuals and
the fact that an expense is indirectly
assessed and indirectly paid docs
not change the consideration in the
last analysis at oil. America is
bound up with other nations and
what affects one beneficially affects
all the same way and what hurts one
in like measure hurts all. Such is
the case in the world war today. .The
issue then Is that of how we are ^tb
pay our shure, how wo arfl to carry"
our part of the indirect load. '
. What If It Costs Billions!
What if it docs cost, billions?
America after -the ,war vwlU be-able
to'well afford it Out of accruing
benelits. But' the issues are gKitb?
and broader than that. This coun
try rbould have' joined the. war long
ago. Tho fight of the.allles is our
fight, their victory will he cut vfc-,
tbry and t'nelr defeat wlll/pe our .de
feat. And it will be even more than'
-that. It will be tho* tiefeat of ntt
that It best in civilization.
Some History..:. -
Mr. Duke- was making hit* home
temporarily in London when the War.
broke out, He therefore, has a vivid
1G0?LIFE INSURANCE JUS'
ith of March the Mutual Benefit Lil
I policies under jemarkabi? .c?rr^ms
. Richard \\7ells, "a lost policyhofdei
ing diligently for years. \ Pr?siden
anuary 25, 1905, said:'
?, 13g5, Mr. Richard Wells, a resident oi
for $10,000 on the Tw,ehty prenilnm' II
e in 1868,, but allowed the policy to lap
up participating pol ley from Septembe
original amount. Mr. Well!? was fifty
865. He paid the Company,9^,187.60 in
in dividends, making a net cost of $422
three years of thepollcy, acid for $1,60
"d of the policy shows that the'insured
(tomber, 1903, tho Company siood ready
} full amount of the paid up. policy, $1,5
/cry effort n.ia been nu}de to discover tl
? of him or his'helrsbas beon found."
in the Company's report resulted
ry for some trace of Mr. Wells, b?
ible. Finally, in ?1912, largely ttirl
Chattanooga agency, the Compaii
tiis in Brooklyn,. N. Y, . thfc searc
ime of those interested in the polic
? of Washington. ' _S*ince 1912 th
constantly with representatives of 1
:h 16, 1916, the Company: having
k for $1,805.9.7 inpayment of pol
'ells to the administrator of the ossi
irwas learned that the insured had
'2. It appears, th*at no one had -)thJ
Ke ;^uiuat Benefit to any heirs iO^.K
rict Agt. Clyde S. Mattison,
defensive all the time to keep
abrics, poor work,Jmitatiom
g?not watchful waiting but
ting to buy only such cloth ?
ndorae and back up with our
at will be a pleasure for any
:cnuse they are right in every
M.O to $20,
: to complete the picture; ok?
Uta, neckwear. Everything
, style and price.
Conscience" < .
recollection of the events leading up
it and following the outbreak of hos
tilities. This is doubtless also one of
his reasons for being such as a pro
BOTH CITY AND STATE
OFFICERS URGE WILSON
TO PAY ATLANTA VISIT
Atlanta., May 6?Urgent invita
tlons have been extended to' Presl- ;
dent Wilson to deliver an address in
Atlanta during tho All-Sruthern
Christian Endeavor union \vhic'i
meets 1n Atlanta July 13 to 10. City .
and state authorities have joined lu
* ' SEASONAL AVERAGE
IN SOUTH THIS WEEK
f Washington, Muy C?Temperatures
I,bove the seasonal average are indi
cated for the mtddlo Atlantic, South
-Atlantic and (?ulf States.' at the weath
er bureau forecast for next . week
with local showers and thunder
storms the latter part of the -. week.
Throughout the south It r/ill be gen
erally fair. .- '.
r paid, why?
fe Insurance Company
trices. On of these
', 'for whom the Com
t Frelinghuysen, in his
I New York City, insured
f? pldn. Mr. Wells did
se. By the terms of the
r 4th, 1868, for Sl.GCO,
eight years of age wUfen i
premiums, and has been. /
.04. He was insured for
0 during the past thirty
would have reached the
to pay Mr. Wells or rhis
00, togethor with $671.07
te whereabouts of the in
ill renewed search
t all efforts for a time
iiightlie efforts of Mr.
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